Alabama Getaway -> Greatest Story Ever Told Peggy-O Cassidy Friend Of The Devil Easy To Love You -> El Paso Tennessee Jed Dancing In The Street -> Deal
Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain Passenger Terrapin Station -> Playing In The Band -> Drums -> Space -> Lost Sailor -> Saint Of Circumstance -> Wharf Rat -> Good Lovin'
Encore Don't Ease Me In
Master Audience Cassette; Nakamichi CM700 mics > Sony TC-158 source supplies the audience patches in "El Paso" (d1t7) from 1:30 thru 2:33, in "Scarlet Begonias" (d2t3) from 10:47 thru 11:09, as well as from 11:51 of "Playin' in the Band" (d3t2) thru 4:59 of "Drums" (d3t3) - approx. 7:24
Great work yet again. This sounds fantastic and the show is also top notch. First set hops and bops like most fall/winter 79 shows, with the band in high-energy mode (the 15+ minute Dancin is very, very nice). The second set pre-drums run is a true work of art. The Scarlet/Fire is not overly long, but features some great work by Jerry, especially in the transition jam. Passenger if off the charts. Terrapin is OK (Jerry's voice has a little trouble here and there), but the real gem is the Playin'. The outro-jam is amazing with a sweet, sweet transition to drums. Very spacey, but still tight. Maybe not a 5 star, but I cant choose 4.5. Certainly worth a listen.